Prenatal counselling is a sort of medical therapy that offers support and information to expectant parents and their partners to help them get ready for the challenges of childbirth and parenting. Prenatal counselling’s main goal is to make sure that pregnant parents have access to trustworthy, fact-based information and support so they can make decisions about their pregnancy and delivery. Counseling sessions may be conducted in group settings or one-on-one and may be led by medical experts like obstetricians. It typically covers a range of topics, including the mother’s health and well-being during pregnancy, fetal development, labor and delivery options, pain management during childbirth, breastfeeding, and postpartum care. It may also address potential complications that may arise during pregnancy and birth, such as gestational diabetes or preterm labor.